This IDIQ project is a part of Mayor Muriel Bowser’s PaveDC plan to eliminate all roads in poor condition in Washington, DC by 2024. This plan has four priorities: road rehabilitation, road maintenance, alley repair and reconstruction, and sidewalk reconstruction. This plan will create a safer and stronger city by building more reliable roads in all eight wards.
Fort Myer is responsible for pavement restoration at various locations throughout DC. The work includes the resurfacing of asphalt roads, reconstruction of PPC roads, reconstruction of subgrade pavement, adjusting manhole covers, performing roadway striping, repairing potholes, posting required emergency parking signs, and performing pothole repairs.
This plan has been highly visible due to it being the largest repaving plan ever in DC. This plan has been showcased by the Mayor and DDOT through groundbreakings and various new outlets. Such as, the 10th Annual Potholepalooza Kickoff and Washington 4 News.
“With PaveDC, we are looking beyond our annual repairs and taking the steps necessary to ensure that by 2024, no roads in Washington, DC are in poor condition. Our goal is to create a safer, stronger DC by building more reliable roads across all eight wards.” – Mayor Muriel Bowser